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Birth Place: New Zealand Profession: director, screenwriter

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Ward has made acclaimed short films and won praise for his debut feature, "Vigil" (1984), the first New Zealand-produced to be shown in competition at Cannes. Ward then spent four years making "The Navigator" (1988), a visually stunning fantasy about a group of men from plague-ridden, medieval England who tunnel through the earth--and time--into 20th-Century Australia in an attempt to save their village. He followed up with the intense romantic saga, "Map of the Human Heart" (1993).

Ward has made acclaimed short films and won praise for his debut feature, "Vigil" (1984), the first New Zealand-produced to be shown in competition at Cannes. Ward then spent four years making "The Navigator" (1988), a visually stunning fantasy about a group of men from plague-ridden, medieval England who tunnel through the earth--and time--into 20th-Century Australia in an attempt to save their village. He followed up with the intense romantic saga, "Map of the Human Heart" (1993).

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DIRECTOR:

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  River Queen (2005)
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  What Dreams May Come (1998) Director
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  Map of the Human Heart (1992) Director
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  Navigator, The (1988) Director
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  Vigil (1984) Director
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  State of Siege, A (1977) Director

CAST: (feature film)

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 Traffic (2001) Man on street
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1977:
Medium-length film directing debut, "A State of Siege" (49 mins)
1979:
Made first documentary, "In Spring One Plants Alone"
1984:
Feature directing and co-writing debut, "Vigil"; first New Zealand film shown in competition at Cannes

Education

Ilam School of Fine Art: -

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